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# 248005 6-Mar-2019 15:34
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I'm looking to buy a quality short USB C cable for use in my car with Android Auto. Looking for something considerably shorter than the standard cables that come with phones.

 

I've heard that all USB C cables are not equal, so don't want to take a chance without recommendation.

 

Prefer to buy from NZ supplier, but open to offshore.


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Covery cables on Amazon are good quality, and the shortest in this set is 30cm.


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...if you can find in NZ... link is to Harvey Norman Australia and I got one JB HI-FI Melbourne last month

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  # 2192509 6-Mar-2019 19:34
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Personally i get all my usb C cables from amazon.

 

 

 

Simply put, the nz market does not have quality cables in it that have been tested to have the correct resistors quality for higher wattage etc.





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As mentioned previously on Geekzone, check out reviews by Benson Leung. I bought all of mine from Amazon.


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